sábado, 16 de junio de 2012

Luis Gasca / Born To Love You (1974 EU)


Artista: Luis Gasca
Album: Born To Love You
Año: 1974
País: EU
Discográfica: Fantasy
Formato: Vinil LP
Género: Jazz / Fusion / Jazz-Funk
Codificación: FLAC 1.1.4
Calidad: 16bit / 44kHz pcm
Graficas: JPG
Dimensiones: 27.3 X 13.5 (mini lp replica)
Resolución: 400ppp (dpi)
Compresión: RAR 222mb

Luis Gasca
Joe Henderson
George Duke
Hadley Caliman
Oscar Brashear
Eddie Henderson
Julian Priester
Jack DeJohnette
Ray Pizzi
Joe Gallardo
Mark Levine
John Heard
David Holland
Terry Bozzio
Carmelo Garcia
Victor Pantoja

A1 A Love Supreme
A2 Dr. Gasca
A3 Search For Peace
A4 I Was Born To Love You (Yo Naci Para Quererte)
B1 New Orleans Strut
B2 Samba Para San Francisco
B3 Just Say Goodbye
B4 Ayeres

8 comentarios:

  1. At first, I am suspicious when I see such a mixed line up...but I can't resist when I also see Henderson (joe) in it - and Caliman !
    By the way, I wish the best to this young blog which seems to be a serious one regarding the presentation and efforts made to offer us these kind of sessions.
    Thanks for it, Calisan, much appreciated !

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  2. Very nice funk groove - many thanks for this.

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  3. Stumbled on this post by chance, and you cannot believe how happy I was to see this flawless (and lossless) rip of this oop LP that never made it to the digital format officially. Joe Henderson is in great form, and as another highlight: DeJohnette's composition "New Orleans Strut" that he (DeJohnette) recorded again only some 10 years later with his Special Edition (on ECM). Hey, and the opener is a great rendition of John Coltrane's classic - combining movements/parts 1 + 2 (Acknowledgement and Resolution) into this arrangement here.

    Thank you very, very much for this post!

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  4. Stumbled on this post by chance, and you cannot believe how happy I was to see this flawless (and lossless) rip of this oop LP that never made it to the digital format officially. Joe Henderson is in great form, and as another highlight: DeJohnette's composition "New Orleans Strut" that he (DeJohnette) recorded again only some 10 years later with his Special Edition (on ECM). Hey, and the opener is a great rendition of John Coltrane's classic - combining movements/parts 1 + 2 (Acknowledgement and Resolution) into this arrangement here.

    Thank you very, very much for this post!

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  5. Todo se ira resubiendo según las peticiones algunos serán mas rapidos.

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